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IRC - 2012 : Round 6 - Geko Ypres Rally [ Belgium ]


A recently concluded european's favourite IRC series' Geko Ypres Rally of Belgium went through smoothly without much of notice, both because of rally fans running around in confusion whether its IRC or WRC event that they want to be a part of their action weekend, and also by the recent loss of its competitor Gareth Roberts.

The event went smooth with one major crash, though nobody was hurt in the inicdent. Thanfully!

Here are the set of videos covering the complete event fantastically. Really its a great effort by the Eurosport channel..


DAY 1




DAY 2




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